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Ashia Grzesik: One Cellist's Journey
Ashia Grzesik: One Cellist's Journey

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AIR DATE: November 22, 2011

She’s been called Tom Waits with a dash of Edith Piaf – a cellist from Poland who, once she starts singing and strumming, evokes that old-country feel of European gypsy dances.  Ashia Grzesik is a cellist and singer. She performed in Cirque du Soleil's "O" until 2007, when she left the show and Las Vegas to pursue a solo career. 
 
Ashia Grzesik has a rare talent: she plays cello and sings at the same time. We talk with Ashia about her artistic journey, life after Vegas. And we get a solo, in-studio performance.
 
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Ashia Grzesik, cellist

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Great Stuff, Keep going cirque was only the beginning :) Pozdrawiam
Kuba S├ęguin May 31, 2012 15:03:49 PM
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